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81. Lykins School Lykins School Full frontal and side view; located on 7th Street between Norton and Spruce.

82. Lykins School Lykins School n.d. Exterior, street view of Lykins School located at 7th and Spruce. School named after Dr. Johnston Lykins, early physician and 2nd mayor of Kansas City.

83. Lykins Trying to Save Piece of History Lykins Trying to Save Piece of History January/12/2000 Lykins Neighborhood Association is trying to save the old trolley barn located at 9th and Van Brunt. Article includes photos of the exterior and interior of the building.

84. Lykins Vice President Needs Help Lykins Vice President Needs Help September/12/2001 Photo and article about the "Land Trust lot at 11th Street and Jackson Avenue" being cleaned of trees debris block the sidewalk near the Whittier Elementary School by the Lykins Neighborhood Association....

85. Lykins: A Better Place to Live Lykins: A Better Place to Live February/23/2000 Article containing information on the Lykins neighborhood in the Northeast area.

86. MacLean and Lawrence's Sectional Map of Kansas Territory MacLean and Lawrence's Sectional Map of Kansas Territory April 1857 Continuation of title: Compiled from the U.S. Surveys by C. P. Wiggin.

Photocopy of a map of Kansas Territory including the counties of Leavenworth, Johnson, Lykins, Franklin, Douglass, Jefferson,...

87. Mattie Lykins Bingham Mattie Lykins Bingham June 27, 1905 George Caleb Bingham married Mattie Lykins, the widow of Johnston Lykins, on June 18, 1878. It was a short lived marriage as he died on July 7, 1879, in Kansas City, Missouri. Chapter details the couple's...

88. Mattie Lykins Scrapbook Mattie Lykins Scrapbook Clippings in Mrs. Johnston Lykins's scrapbook about the Baptist Pottawatomie Indian Mission on the Kansas River from 1851 to 1853, including information about the Widow's and Orphan's Home in 1874 and...

89. Memories of the First Baptist Sabbath School and the Summit Street Mission Memories of the First Baptist Sabbath School and the Summit Street Mission October 1924 Mention of T. P. Jaudon as the owner of a store at 14th and Summit Streets donating second floor space to the Baptist Church, known as the Summit Street Mission, and later moved to 14th and Jefferson Streets....

90. Methodist and Baptist Missions in Kansas Methodist and Baptist Missions in Kansas January 13, 1905 Book details the mission activities of the time including the Methodist and Baptist denomination missions. Includes several sections on the missions to the Indians and includes an account of the Shawnee,...

91. New Homes Instill Neighborhood Pride New Homes Instill Neighborhood Pride January 21, 2004 Old Northeast, Inc. is nearing completion of their "CK7" project homes in the Lykins Neighborhood at Sixth and Seventh and Cypress and Kensington. The three bedroom, two bath homes will sell for between...

92. Northeast Area Offers Affordability, Diversity Northeast Area Offers Affordability, Diversity December 27, 2008 Article concerning the northeast area of Kansas City, Missouri. This district is located south of the Missouri River and is "bounded by the Paseo on the west and Interstate 435 on the east, Gladstone Boulevard...

93. Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City December 1922 Description of Mrs. William Donohue, "a relative of the McCoy family," born Mary Royle, owner of the first piano used in the Lykins school of Dr. Johnston Lykins, established in 1848.

94. Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One December 1922 Quotes and other recollections from Nellie McCoy Harris, or Nellie Harris, regarding early Jackson County schools, including the J. O. Buchanan School, the Parrish Farm School, the Cave Spring School,...

95. Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One December 1922 Mention of the marriage of Sarah Lykins Russell, or Sarah Russell, "daughter of Dr. Johnston Lykins, being in charge of the academic work" at the Lykins school (about 1848) as the later wife of "Egbert...

96. Nowhere To Go? Nowhere To Go? September 24, 2003 The Northeast area of the city now lacks a good community center. The Lykins Community Center at 4012 E. 10th Street closed in July due to deterioration of the building, a converted elementary school....

97. Parks Improved in 2003, is 87% Good Enough? Parks Improved in 2003, is 87% Good Enough? January 21, 2004 The city's Parks and Recreation Department started conducting random inspections of 129 of the city's parks. There were 948 reports logged in 2003 and in 829 of the cases the conditions were rated as acceptable....

98. Physician to Body and Soul: Jotham Meeker--Kansas Missionary Physician to Body and Soul: Jotham Meeker--Kansas Missionary Winter//1994-1995 Illustrations, photos, and biographical article about Dr. Jotham Meeker (1804-1855), a physician and "Baptist missionary to the Ottawa Indians of present-day Franklin County, Kansas." Description of his...

99. President's Column President's Column November-December//1983 Short essay by the president of the Historic Kansas City Foundation about historic preservation in Downtown Kansas City structures with favorable comparisons to San Antonio buildings. Mention of restoration...

100. Prominent Kansas Citians Prominent Kansas Citians File contains copies from Kansas City newspapers with pictures of "prominent Kansas Citians." Some are undated but most date from the 1920s and 1930s, although one item, "Growth Along All Lines is Marked,"...